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WV FAITH WILLIS: Missing from Fairmont, WV - 6 August 2005 - Age 21

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    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/420/11/

    NamUs MP # 420
    Faith Willis
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    Marion County, West Virginia
    21 year old white female

    Case Report - NamUs MP # 420

    Case Information
    Status Missing
    First name Faith
    Middle name Ann
    Last name Willis
    Nickname/Alias Faithann
    Date last seen August 06, 2005 00:00
    Date entered 12/12/2008
    Age last seen 21 to years old
    Age now 32 years old
    Race White
    Ethnicity
    Sex Female
    Height (inches) 57.0
    Weight (pounds) 105.0

    Circumstances
    City Fairmont
    State West Virginia
    Zip code
    County Marion
    Circumstances
    Unknown. Faith was last seen at approximately 11:30pm at a restaurant in the vicinity of Speedway Ave. and East Park Ave. in Fairmont, WV.

    Physical
    Hair color Red/Auburn
    Head hair
    Auburn

    Left eye color Brown
    Right eye color Brown
    Eye description
    Brown

    Tattoos
    Tattoo of a "sun" on right shoulder, tattoo of a "scorpion" on lower back
    Piercings
    double pierced ears, pierced navel, pierced tongue, pierced nipples

    Clothing
    Dark colored shirt, jeans.
    Footwear
    athletic shoes

    Dental
    Status: Dental information / charting is currently not available

    DNA
    Status: Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Fingerprint Information
    Status: Fingerprint information is currently not available

    Investigating Agency
    Title
    First name
    Last name
    Phone (304) 366-4200
    Website
    Case number 2005-0842
    Date reported
    Jurisdiction Local
    Agency Fairmont City Police Department
    Address 1
    Address 2
    City Fairmont
    State West Virginia
    Zip code 26554
    Comments
    ahayhurst@fairmontwv.gov and bstewart@fairmontwv.gov
     
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    http://www.nampn.org/cases/willis_faith_a.html

    North American Missing Persons Network
    Faith Ann Willis

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    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

    • Missing Since: August 6, 2005 from Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia
    • Classification: Missing
    • Date Of Birth: June 9, 1984
    • Age: 21
    • Height: 4'7"
    • Weight: 105 lbs
    • Hair Color: Auburn
    • Eye Color: Brown
    • Race: White
    • Gender: Female
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: Dark complexion.
      Tattoo of a "sun" on right shoulder, tattoo of a "scorpion"
      on lower back, double pierced ears, pierced navel, pierced
      tongue, pierced nipples, scoliosis.
    • Clothing: Dark colored shirt, jeans, athletic shoes.
    • AKA: Faithann
    • Case Number: 2005-0842
    • NCIC Number: M-225107913

      Details of Disappearance
    Faith was last seen at approximately 11:30pm at McDonald's in the vicinity of Speedway Avenue and East Park Avenue in Fairmont, WV. She was supposed to meet a friend at the restaurant but never returned home.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Fairmont City Police Department
    (304) 366-4200


    Source Information
    Namus
    Unsolved in the News
     
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    http://www.missingin.org/reg328/faith_ann_willis.htm

    National Missing Person Directory
    Faith Ann Willis

    Faith Ann Willis Went Missing In Fairmont West Virginia in August 2005

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    Missing
    Last seen alive: August 06, 2005

    Circumstances: Unknown. Faith was last seen at approximately 11:30pm at a restaurant in the vicinity of Speedway Ave. and East Park Ave. in Fairmont, WV. She was supposed to meet a friend at the restaurant but never returned home.
    First Name: Faith Ann
    Middle Name: Ann
    Last Name: Willis
    Details
    Age When Last Known Alive: 21
    Race: White
    Sex: Female
    Height: 57.0
    Weight: 105.0
    Location
    City: Fairmont
    State: West Virginia
    County: Marion
    Appearance
    Hair: Red/Auburn
    Head Hair: Auburn
    Eye: Brown
    Tattoos: Tattoo of a 'sun' on right shoulder, tattoo of a 'scorpion' on lower back
    Piercings: double pierced ears, pierced navel, pierced tongue, pierced nipples
    Clothing and Accessories
    Clothing: Dark colored shirt, jeans.
    Footwear: athletic shoes
     
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    http://www.timeswv.com/intodayspaper/local..._160002022.html

    Published: June 09, 2006 12:20 am

    Wanted: �Somebody to come forward�

    FaithAnn Willis� family and friends hope birthday party jogs some memories

    By Bill Byrd
    Times West Virginian

    BARRACKVILLE Her 21-year-old daughter FaithAnn Willis has been missing since last August, but Rose Munro is going to celebrate FaithAnn's 22nd birthday today anyway.

    Munro hopes the party will awaken the consciences of those who know what happened to FaithAnn or perhaps jog the memories of those who may have some clues to help Fairmont police find her.

    There's been no news, no new information at all, Munro said.

    Ten months: No word, no sightings, nobody's saying anything, she said Thursday.

    She wants just for somebody to come forward with information about FaithAnn's whereabouts dead or alive. Right now, all I want is her.

    Munro, 43, and her sons Brandon, 17, and William, 21, and FaithAnn's many friends like her cousin Candy Mays, 23, and FaithAnn's self-described shadow, so close were they will meet at 4 p.m. today at the East Side McDonald's restaurant.

    That's where FaithAnn was last seen alive, late on the night of Saturday, Aug. 6.

    The party-goers even have a customized birthday banner, courtesy of Fabian, a designer at Presort Plus Inc.

    Its Happy Birthday greeting is in purple, FaithAnn's favorite color.

    Munro said she's grateful for gestures of support like the birthday banner donation and the restaurant owners' willingness to host the event.

    The Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation has also been supportive, she said. The foundation gave $5,000 to the reward fund in April, raising it to $10,500.

    The foundation also got Nancy Grace of CNN to air a story Thursday afternoon about the case.

    A victim of scoliosis or curvature of the spine, FaithAnn is 4-foot-9. She weighs only 105 pounds. She has auburn hair and brown eyes. She has a sun tattoo on her right shoulder and a Green Scorpion tattoo on her lower back.

    Detective Brian Stewart is leading the search. Anyone with information about FaithAnn should call him at 366-4200 or Marion Prosecutor Patrick N. Wilson at 367-5380.

    While Munro fears the worst has happened, she hasn't given up all hope for FaithAnn.

    Everything is still in her dresser. We haven't put anything away yet, she said.

    Her pictures are still out, her letters and stuff from her friends are still out. ...

    E-mail Bill Byrd at bbyrd@timeswv.com
     
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    MISSING

    Faithann Willis

    DOB: 09-jun-1984
    Height: 4'9"
    Weight: 105 lbs
    Hair: Auburn
    Eyes: Brown
    Tatoos: Sun on right shoulder/green scorpion on lower back
    Last seen at east side McDonalds on August 6, 2005

    Contact information: Detective Brian Stewart, Fairmont City Police, 304-366-4200

    http://www.wdtv.com/viewstory.html?name=2186648




    2006-03-17

    7 Months Spent Searching For Faith

    by Matt Franzblau
    WDTV NewsChannel Five

    (BARRACKVILLE, MARION COUNTY)

    Its been over seven months since 21 year old Faith Ann Willis went missing, and now the mother of the Barrackville girl is speaking out to News Channel Five.

    Rose Munro says its been an excruciating journey since her daughter was last seen at a Fairmont McDonalds back on the night of August 6th, 2005. Munro says she gone thorough many different stages over the last few months, including grief, sadness and now anger.

    Anyone with information in the case is urged to call the Fairmont City Police Department at (304) 366-4200. There is now a $5,500 reward with information leading the whereabouts of Willis.

    Email: mfranzblau@wdtv.com


    http://www.wdtv.com/viewstory.html?name=2186861

    2006-04-17

    Reward In Willis Case Increases

    by Matt Franzblau
    WDTV NewsChannel Five
    (MARION COUNTY)

    She's been missing for over eight months, and Monday the reward increased for information leading to the whereabouts of Faith Ann Willis.

    The Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation announced that they've donated $5,000 for information in the case. The foundation is based out of California and has assisted in other local unsolved cases such as the Erin Keener hit and run investigation. The 21 year old Barrackville girl was last seen back in early August of last year at a McDonalds in the East Side of Fairmont.

    Reward money in the case now totals $10,500. Anyone with information in the case is urged to call the Fairmont Police Department and (304) 366-4200.

    Email: mfranbzlau@wdtv.com
     
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    Fairmont Woman Still Missing

    Posted 8/6/2006 06:54 PM

    Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of FaithAnn Willis.

    Story by Amanda McCall

    It's been a year since anyone has last seen Faith Ann Willis. She was supposed to meet a friend at the McDonalds on the east side of Fairmont, but then she never came home.

    Her friends and family are still searching for Willis. They held a vigil in December. Since then, the community and her family have set up a reward: $10,500 for anyone who finds her.

    Her mother, Rose, said the family still can't believe she's been gone for so long. "You couldn't ask for better girl," she said. "She would do anything for anybody. If she told you she was going to be somehwere then she'd be there, so I don't understand where she would be at all."

    Willis' family is still asking for your help. If you have any information you are asked to call the Fairmont detectives at 304-366-4200.


    http://www.wtrf.com/story.cfm?func=viewsto...p;storyid=12865




    http://www.wvnstv.com/story.cfm?func=views...p;storyid=12865

    Fairmont Woman Still Missing


    Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of FaithAnn Willis.

    Story by Amanda McCall

    It's been a year since anyone has last seen Faith Ann Willis. She was supposed to meet a friend at the McDonalds on the east side of Fairmont, but then she never came home.

    Her friends and family are still searching for Willis. They held a vigil in December. Since then, the community and her family have set up a reward: $10,500 for anyone who finds her.

    Her mother, Rose, said the family still can't believe she's been gone for so long. "You couldn't ask for better girl," she said. "She would do anything for anybody. If she told you she was going to be somehwere then she'd be there, so I don't understand where she would be at all."

    Willis' family is still asking for your help. If you have any information you are asked to call the Fairmont detectives at 304-366-4200.





    http://www.wtrf.com/story.cfm?func=viewsto...p;storyid=13049

    Trying to Find FaithAnn Willis

    Posted 8/13/2006 11:08 PM

    The family of missing Barrackville woman, FaithAnn Willis, got together to raise money to offer as a reward.
    Last weekend, 12 News spoke with family members of FaithAnn Willis, a 22- year old woman from Marion County who has been missing for more than a year.

    Sunday, her family held a fundraiser in Monongalia County. They wanted to raise money for the reward offered to anyone who can help find her.

    A live band played at Nick and Terri's Tavern. Family members held a raffle and served food and beverages. Before this event, there was more than $10,000 offered as a reward.

    Willis' aunt planned the fundraiser, because she wants the community to remember that the family is still looking for FaithAnn.

    Willis' family is still asking for your help. If you have any information about her disappearance you are asked to call the Fairmont Police at 366-4200.
     
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    Search for remains in Marion continues

    Sat. September 27, 2008; Posted: 08:47 AM

    FAIRMONT, Sep 27, 2008 (The Dominion Post - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- MCD | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- The search for human remains in Montana Mines continued Friday.
    After working into the night Thursday, Fairmont Police detectives were back on the scene first thing Friday morning to start digging again.

    A new, larger backhoe was brought in Friday morning to assist in the search.

    On Thursday night, officers brought in a third cadaver dog to sniff the about 1-acre parcel. On Friday morning, another cadaver dog also searched the area.

    After the dog was walked throughout the parcel, detectives got back to digging, still focused on a large brush pile neighbors said was left behind when the property was cleared off awhile back. They dug away at large pieces of the pile before taking a weed whacker to a second, separate pile of brush.

    Police will only say they are searching for human remains, acting on an anonymous tip from a caller.

    Neighbors speculate that they're looking for Faithann Willis, a Barrackville woman who's been missing for three years.

    Willis was last known to have been seen at the McDonald's in the east side of Fairmont on Aug. 6, 2005. She was 22.

    Her mother, father and other family members visited the dig scene Thursday.

    Fairmont Police Chief Mark Hayes would not confirm that the search was for Faithann Willis, but said the dig would continue until they feel they've properly covered the area.

    On Friday afternoon, detectives worked out schedules to work during the weekend, if necessary.

    The property, owned by a woman in Tennessee, is surrounded by houses but does not have a house sitting on it. It is partially circled with trees and was covered with brush until authorities cut it away Tuesday.

    http://www.tradingmarkets.com/.site/news/S...20News/1906140
     
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    Search for human remains continues

    Montana Mines site secured by guards during overnight hours

    By Mary Wade Burnside
    Times West Virginian

    MONTANA MINES Police officers and workers spent 12 hours Saturday in a continuing search for human remains on a one-acre site in the Montana Mines community near Pricketts Fort.

    Officers started at 7 a.m. and shut down a large excavator and a smaller backhoe just before 7 p.m., with an expectation to begin again 12 hours later.

    A tip from a confidential source led the Fairmont Police Department to cordon off the land owned by a woman who lives in Tennessee with yellow crime scene tape.

    Workers begin clearing tall brush Tuesday on the property, which is surrounded by homes. By Saturday, workers had gone through what appeared to be at least half of the land with the machinery in a systematic grid fashion.

    In the first few days of the search, officers used a cadaver dog in an effort to pinpoint a specific area. The dog hit on a few areas of interest, but apparently nothing was found.

    For most of the time Saturday, a worker drove the excavator, picking up a bucket-load of dirt while one or two police officers watched as the dirt dropped into a pile on the ground.

    At one point, the excavator driver said, Hey, what is that right in front of me? Is that something? as the police officers took a moment to examine an item before continuing the search.

    Earlier this week, members of the media and onlookers had staked out an area in a field next to the roped-off area. But on Saturday, just a few spectators spent at least part of the day at the site.

    Occasionally, a car would drive by the nearby narrow road and slow down, and maybe take a few more passes before leaving.

    We haven't seen so much traffic here since the mines left, said one neighbor, who watched as officers worked for a good part of the day.

    Police have not disclosed the missing-person case involved in the search, although friends and family members of FaithAnn Willis, a Barrackville woman who disappeared Aug. 6, 2005, have shown up during the week and spent time at the site.

    On Saturday, one man who said he was a friend of Willis spent about an hour or so watching the workers, both from his car and from the adjacent field, before leaving. Michael McCauley said rumors that the search might involve Willis had drawn him to the site.

    Fairmont Police Chief Mark Hayes did not return phone calls Saturday seeking comment.

    On Friday, Hayes told a reporter that he believes the tip that led officers to the site came from a credible source. Hayes also has requested additional help from the U.S. attorney's office, which had not come through as of Friday.

    Workers kept the search up Saturday during two bouts of rain, one that brought a downpour mid-afternoon and another that turned into a steady shower that only begin to let up just before 7 p.m., when dusk made it necessary for the officers to call it a day.

    As they have since the search began, officers planned to secure the site with guards overnight.

    E-mail Mary Wade Burnside at mwburnside@timeswv.com.

    http://www.timeswv.com/todaystopnews/local..._272002709.html
     
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    Search turns up possible evidence: No body at Marion site; police won't say what they found

    Tue. September 30, 2008; Posted: 07:40 AM

    Sep 30, 2008 (The Dominion Post - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- MCD | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- ANYONE WITH information in the disappearance of Faithann Willis or in any other Fairmont case is asked to contact Fairmont Police at 366-4200. A reward is available for pertinent information in Willis' case.
    Fairmont Police found two potential pieces of evidence -- but no human remains -- in the six-day search at a Montana Mines property.

    Police, acting on a tip, began searching a piece of brushy land in Montana Mines on Sept. 23. They would only say they were searching for human remains but would not specify what case the search was connected to.

    They also would not say what type of evidence was found or how it was distinguished as potential evidence.

    Several items were seen being pulled from the ground as detectives combed the 1-acre property first with shovels then with backhoes, including a boot, a piece of material, and what appeared to be a baseball and an old soccer ball.

    Neighbors speculated the search related to the disappearance of Faithann Willis, a Barrackville woman missing just more than three years, who was last seen at a McDonald's in Fairmont. She was 22 when she disappeared.

    Willis' mother and father and several other family members visited the site during the search.

    Sgt. Matt Pigott said they are not "disappointed at all with the results" of the search.

    Chief Mark Hayes said the investigation into the case they were acting on continues.

    "We're not saying a crime never occurred on that property. We're saying we're confident there's no body there right now."

    Police would not confirm or deny the possibility that a body had been on the property but had been moved.

    Several cadaver dogs sniffed over the site and Pigott confirmed that at least one of them indicated that human remains were present on the property. Hayes said sometimes cadaver dogs can detect human remains when really they are only smelling methane gas, but he did not say if that was a possibility in this case.

    Pigott said officers combed nearly every bit of the property and are confident that there are no human remains buried there.

    The potential evidence found will be sent to the State Police Crime Lab for analysis.

    The search began Sept. 23. Police had the brush on the property cleaned off and brought in two cadaver dogs. The dogs seemed to hit on at least one spot. The next day, members of the State Police Crime Scene Response Unit dug several holes in the areas the dogs seemed to indicate. Later in the week backhoes were brought in to speed up the search. Fairmont Police officers worked from the early morning into the evening hours and supervised the scene at night. The search ended Sunday.

    Willis is one of two missing persons cases from Fairmont in recent years. Steve Berry went missing in 1986 and also has never been found, Pigott said.

    Neighbors said police have searched at least two other sites in Montana Mines in the years since Willis disappeared.

    Willis' mother, Rose Munro, thanked the Fairmont Police Department and its detective division Monday for all of the work they did in the search. Munro did not say if she was told police were searching for her daughter at the Montana Mines dig site but thanked them regardless.

    Munro said she and her family held a small prayer service at the site Sunday.

    "As the mother of a person that is missing, knowing that they have gone to this length to find someone who is missing, I am greatly appreciative of all their efforts," Munro said.

    She also thanked her family for "being there for me in this time of need."

    "The healing process will begin as soon as we know where Faithann is," Munro said.

    Fairmont Police thanked the following for their help in the search: Richard Helms, Mike Fortney, the Montana Mines community, Mike Chisler and Richard Sypolt with Chisler Inc., Patty and Al Kincaid of Kincaid Construction, MPE Rentals, Barbour County Search and Rescue, W.Va. K-9 Search and Rescue, U.S. Attorney's Office, Marion County Sheriff's Office, Marion County Prosecutor's Office, State Police, the owners of the Montana Mines property searched, and people who provided food and drinks.

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    http://www.wboy.com/story.cfm?func=viewstory&storyid=60541



    Posted Sunday, June 7, 2009 ; 06:29 PM | View Comments | Post Comment
    Updated Sunday, June 7, 2009 ; 11:50 PM


    Almost four years ago a Marion County girl went missing.
    Story by Macall Allen
    Email | Bio | Other Stories by Macall Allen

    BARRACKVILLE -- The family of Faithann Willis still doesn't know what happened the night she disappeared.
    They hope to hire a private investigator to solve the case of her disappearance.

    On August 6, 2005 twenty-one year old Faithann Willis went missing in Marion County.

    Now almost four years later her family is still left without answers.

    Family, friends and community members joined in Barrackville for dinner in an effort to raise money to find her.

    "I'm hoping that this is what it will take to get the private investigator and detective division together to find her faster and quicker," says Faithann's Mother Rose Munro.


    "That's what I want.. I want to put an end to it," says Munro.

    Willis' family says the night she disappeared she was headed to meet friends at McDonald's in Fairmont, and they haven't seen her since.

    They say they need to know what happened, why she suddenly disappeared in 2005.

    "They won't stop until we find her one way or another," says her Grandmother Theresa Willis.

    "What we want is closure," says Willis.

    And after four years they haven't given up hope.

    "We just want to find her," says Munro.

    Anyone with information about Faithann Willis' disappearance should contact the Fairmont Police at (304)-366-4200.

    To help the family contact Rose Munro at (304)-694-5584.
     
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    Fourth Year Anniversary of Barrackville Girl's Disappearance

    WDTV News
    Kristin Keeling

    Story Created: Aug 6, 2009 at 6:28 PM EDT

    (Story Updated: Aug 6, 2009 at 6:49 PM EDT )

    Detectives have been following leads on Faithann's disappearance for the past four years, and they are still trying to find solid information leading to this missing woman.

    Leads took detectives to the Montana Mines where they searched for human remains, and Faithann's family was present for the search efforts, but she was never found.

    Now officers say faithann is about 5 foot...And approximately 105 pounds. She has auburn hair, and brown eyes.

    She also has a tattoo of a sun on her shoulder, and a scorpion tattoo on her lower back.

    And now as the fourth year rolls around detectives are still following any information they can.

    If you have any information on the Faithann Willis disappearance, call the Fairmont Detectives unit at 304-366-2217.
    http://www.wdtv.com/news/local/52612557.html
     
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    Four Years Later, Willis Case Still Open

    Posted Thursday, August 6, 2009 ; 09:51 PM
    Updated Thursday, August 6, 2009 ; 11:50 PM

    FaithAnn Willis was last seen August 6, 2005 at East Fairmont McDonald's.

    Story by Susan Sullivan

    FAIRMONT -- The Fairmont police say there are two open missing person cases in Marion County. Steven Barry, who disappeared in 1984, and FaithAnn Willis, a Barrackville woman who disappeared four years ago today.

    "Today is my daughter's 4 year anniversary of her disappearance," explained Rose Munro.

    August 6th, 2005: Rose Munro experiences a parent's worst nightmare. Her daughter doesn't return home, and is never seen or heard from again.

    Four years later, Sergeant Matt Pigott is still putting time and energy into the investigation.

    "We have three detectives in this office right now, and every single one of us puts hours in on this case," reports Pigott. "We get info almost weekly, sometimes even daily, and we take this info and proceed with it to its conclusion."

    Munro says waiting is the hardest part.

    "Slow," she admits. "Slow. A lot of leads have come in, but they haven't led anywhere. At all."

    The last place FaithAnn was seen was the McDonalds in East Fairmont. Munroe says she believes something happened to her that very evening, because if she was alive - she says she would have called home.

    "I think whoever was the last person with her done something to her," confessed Munro. "She's no longer with us. I just want her home."

    Pigott says that you have to learn not to lose hope.

    "Especially today, you know, that there's cold cases out there and cold cases are being solved 20 and 25 years later," said Pigott hopefully. "We never know what piece of info could be the crucial piece of info that leads us to FaithAnn."

    If you have information that could be that missing piece Pigott needs, call the Fairmont Police Detective's Division at area code (304) 366-2217. And if you'd like to contribute to the reward fund, contact First Exchange Bank in Fairmont at (304) 367-1700.

    VIDEO at the website:
    http://www.statejournal.com/story.cfm?func...p;storyid=64276
     
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    Fairmont Police Detectives Still Searching for FaithAnn Willis
    Posted Thursday, August 5, 2010 ; 04:00 PM | View Comments | Post Comment
    Updated Thursday, August 5, 2010; 07:08 PM

    FaithAnn Willis disappeared from the East Side McDonald's in 2005.
    By Jenilee Mason
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    FAIRMONT -- FaithAnn Willis was last seen at the East Side McDonald's in Fairmont on Aug. 6, 2005, Fairmont Police detectives said.
    Since then, Willis hasn't contacted anyone. family, friends or the police.

    Detectives say they believe foul play may be involved because they've been investigating for five years.

    They say they still get leads and they still follow up on them.

    There's still a reward available for information that helps find Willis, according to the Fairmont Police Department.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of FaithAnn Willis or know someone who might, call the Fairmont Police Department at 304-366-4200.

    http://yourwvabc.com/story.cfm?func=viewst...=83968&catid=64
     
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    Willis' family says the night she disappeared she was headed to meet friends at McDonald's in Fairmont, and they haven't seen her since.

    Faith was last seen at approximately 11:30pm at a restaurant in the vicinity of Speedway Ave. and East Park Ave. in Fairmont, WV.


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    http://www.wvstatepolice.com/children/willisfa.html

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    Faithann Willis

    DOB: 09-jun-1984

    Height: 4'9"

    Weight: 105 lbs

    Hair: Auburn

    Eyes: Brown

    Tatoos: Sun on right shoulder/green scorpion on lower back

    Last seen at east side McDonalds on August 6, 2005

    Contact information: Detective Brian Stewart, Fairmont City Police, 304-366-4200
     
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